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Monday, 17 June 2019

Low viscosity latex emulsion

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Thursday 17 August 2006 1:00:00 am

Would you help me for a latex emulsion with low viscosity ?
I need high solid content with viscosity < 50 cps.

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Thursday 17 August 2006 1:00:00 am

You could either ask your supplier of the emulsion for one of the spec you want. Or could you just take the one you have already and water it down to the required viscosity/solid content?

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Tuesday 29 August 2006 1:00:00 am

Generaly speaking, low viscosity latex with a high solid is not stable.

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Wednesday 10 January 2007 1:00:00 am

Usually, the higher the solids, the higher viscosity. You did not mention what solids % you are looking for?. We are a latex supplier and we might be of help to you.

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Thursday 17 April 2008 1:00:00 am

We experienced two different viscosity for the same co-polymer emulsion manufactured in two different reactor vessels. What is the reason? Solids (50%), feed rate, temperature etc. all other factors remained the same. I need high viscosity. Can anyone suggest the method to increase viscosity while manufacturing the emulsion.

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